Shawntel Tucker, MA, LPC

Executive Director
shawntel_tuckerNurturing Parenting Instructor, Notary Public, Parent/Child Interactional, Custody Evaluation (CFI) Placement Supervisor, Clinical Staff

My goal is to help people find solutions that work for them. It is my desire to help clients set achievable goals, to find inner strength, and to overcome daily hurdles while working towards internal improvement, acceptance, and empowerment. I work with individuals, couples, and families, striving to assist with internal and relational conflicts, as well as co-parenting matters and divorce issues. I have nearly 18 years of experience working with children and families. I am a trained mediator, child and family investigator, and EMDR provider. I am also a nurturing parenting facilitator and trainer.

Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling, Play Therapy, Divorce & Separation Counseling, Co-Parenting , Blended Families, Trauma Recovery, EMDR, Child and Family Investigations , Parent Coordinator and Decision Maker, Parent Child Interactional Attachment Therapy , Adolescent, Reintegration Therapy, Trauma

Organizational Involvement
CEO/Executive Director of Family Resource Network and Kaleidoscope Counseling, Organizational Involvement ACA member, EMDRIA member, MHCA member Front Range Foster Parent, Board Member, Cooperative Parenting, Facilitator, National Trainer and Consultant, The Nurturing Parenting Programs®

Insurance varies by provider

Marty Witzel, MA, LMFT

Clinical Staff
My passion is working with families and helping them grow into the best family they can be. However, having a healthy family takes work. But what does a healthy family even look like? I’m here to explore that with you and help your family reach their greatest potential. I’ve spent the last two decades traveling around the world as a military wife raising my family and understand the challenges and stresses related to moves, deployments and reintegration. My background also includes teaching preschool and elementary school and meeting the needs of all children; including gifted, adopted, children with ADD/ADHD, and children on the autism spectrum.

Here in Colorado I received my Master’s degree from Regis University in counseling, specifically as a marriage and family therapist. My work as a therapist includes working with families, couples, individuals and children, who often benefit in counseling through the use of play therapy. Having a healthy family and marriage takes intentionality, but it’s a worthy endeavor. I would be honored to be part of your journey.

Specialty: Children, Individuals, Couples, and Family Counseling, Parent Child Interactionals, Autism Spectrum, EMDR, Mental Health Assessments, Family Preservation

Insurance varies by provider

Diana Magally Hughes

Diana Magally HughesMy name is Diana Magally Hughes in addition to a passion for mental health counseling, I have taught middle school and high school Spanish for three years. My husband being in the army, I have a newfound passion for military families and supporting spouses, soldiers, and children through all stages of deployment and the stresses and challenges that come with military life. My family is originally from Mexico so I also have an interest in helping families that are struggling with acculturation and the challenges that come with leaving one’s native home and culture. I also welcome members of the LGBTQ community. My goal is to help individuals through the struggles they are currently experiencing in a non-judgmental space that allows for client growth and empowerment.

Mi nombre es Diana Magally Hughes y estoy estudiando asesoría en salud mental atravez de Capella University después de haber sido maestra de español por tres años. Siendo parte de la comunidad militar, tengo una pasión por las familias militares y apoyando a los soldados, sus parejas, y los hijos durante temporadas de separación y por dificultades especiales que vienen con la vida militar. Siendo Mexicana, también tengo un interés en apoyar a familias que están batallando con su adaptación a la cultura Americana y otros retos a causa de haber dejado su país y cultura nativa. Incluso, invito a miembros de la comunidad LGBTQ. Mi meta es ayudar a individuos que están atravesando por situaciones difíciles en un lugar seguro, fuera de juicio que permite crecimiento personal.

Rob Carlson, MA, LPC

Clinical Staff
Rob CarlsonWe all face times when we don’t know the way forward, when relationships are hard, when we’re not sure we can get past the pain. But there’s hope. Together, we can work through your struggle and pain so you can walk forward confidently in your life. I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary here in Colorado. I have a passion for working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults on the healing journey of therapy. I have partnered with people with needs including trauma and abuse, autism, marital counseling, divorce and separation, Internet addiction, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, Reactive Attachment Disorder, substance abuse, and grief and loss. I have lived and worked cross-culturally and therefore have a special place in my heart for cross-cultural work as well. I am deeply invested in helping people find greater health and hope in their lives. I am grateful to be invited to journey alongside you toward greater wellness.

Specialty: Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Adolescent Therapy, School Issues, Grief and Loss, Trauma and Abuse, EMDR, Attachment Therapy, Men’s Issues, Anxiety and Depression, Communication, Anger Management, Self-Identity, Mood and Emotional Counseling

Amme Koehler

ammeHello, my name is Amme and I am currently pursuing a Bachelors in Social Work, then will continue with a Masters in Social Work degree program in the near future. I firmly believe that people who experience life challenges deserve to be shown compassion and kindness simply because they are human.

Increasing the wellbeing of all community members through listening, showing empathy, and advocating for their best interest will always be important. Recently, my husband retired from the military and our family settled in the beautiful city of Colorado Springs. After spending my whole life as part of a military family I have come to realize the incredible struggles a military family experiences and would like to share the skills of resilience I have learned with others.

Lindsay Callahan, Psychotherapist

Lindsay CallahanMy goal is to help couples, families, and individuals live more satisfying and harmonious lives. I have a true passion for working with couples and families. I have previously worked as an addictions counselor and have experience working with victims of domestic violence. However, I specialize in working with the LGBTQQIA community and look forward to helping these couples and families.

Specialty: Couples, families, and individual counseling, LGBTQQIA community, substance abuse, domestic violence

Interested in an Internship at Family Resource Network?

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Interested in becoming an intern at our office? Please click here to fill out an inquiry form, or call our office directly at 719-227-7477

Insurance/Payments Accepted

Insurance varies by provider
Medicaid/Colorado Access, CHP +, Tricare, United Behavioral Health, Cofinity, Mines and Associates, Aetna, CompPsych., Accepts Private Pay, Core/Aspen Pointe, Possible single case agreements: Kaiser and Humana.

Staff Qualifications

Verified Credientials by GoodTherapy.orgEach staff holds a bachelor’s or master’s degree and/or is a master’s candidate in a mental health related field (and is supervised by a licensed provider).

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